Romney, Pawlenty Tweet Tweaks at Obama

Friday, 27 May 2011 12:09 PM

By Martin Gould

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Social networking continues to emerge as the big new thing for the 2012 election with both Mitt Romney and Tim Pawlenty taking to Twitter to jab at President Obama. In the days before Romney is expected to join the race formally, Romney joined the burgeoning trend with a playful joke on the president’s Chicago operation, ABC News reports.

Twitter, Romney, Pawlenty, ObamaAfter meeting small business owners over pizza at Gino’s East in the Windy City, the GOP frontrunner sent leftover slices to Obama’s re-election headquarters.

"Great deep dish at @ginoseast. Sending the extra slices to @barackobama and his Chicago HQ team," Romney tweeted.

Pawlenty’s message had a more pointed attack on Obama’s visit to Europe, where he has visited Ireland, Britain, France and Poland. "@barackobama sorry to interrupt the European pub crawl, but what was your Medicare plan?" asked the former Minnesota governor.

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